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Wed, Sep 03, 2014

Airborne 09.02.14: Project Wing, CSeries Setback, MD Town Wants Aviation Limits

Also: Pegasus Power, Velocity Jet, FAA SAIB, Trig TT31 STC

Google X... the company's tech research division, is conducting tests of a UAV developed to deliver packages autonomously. This is another example of private industry embracing new technologies while the FAA is paralyzed in a morass of bureaucracy that puts stumbling blocks in the way of American business progress. Swedish regional airline Braathens Aviation has informed Bombardier that it will not be the launch customer for the company's troubled CSeries airliners. That doesn't mean that they won't eventually fly the airplanes, they just no longer plan to be first. Occasionally the governing body of a small town starts to think it can take the place of the FAA in regulating where aircraft can operate in the national airspace. Such is the case in Chesapeake City, Maryland, where an ordinance has been proposed that would prevent "fixed wing or rotary aircraft, whether manned or unmanned" t

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Wed, Sep 03, 2014

Aircell Rebrands As Gogo Business Aviation

Business And Commercial Aviation Divisions Now Share A Single Brand

Aircell, a brand that can be traced back 23 years, is being rebranded as Gogo Business Aviation.

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Wed, Sep 03, 2014

AEA Announces Second-Quarter 2014 Avionics Market Report

Total Sales Exceed $652 Million For Three-Month Period

The Aircraft Electronics Association released its second-quarter 2014 Avionics Market Report. In the three-month period of April, May and June 2014, total worldwide business and general aviation avionics sales amounted to $652,127,054.68.

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Wed, Sep 03, 2014

Aero-Help Wanted: ANN Needs A Good Honest Marketing Manager

ANN/Aero-TV Marketing Department Needs Part or Full Time Personnel E-I-C Note: We've been hinting that something REALLY COOL is about to happen here... and we weren't kidding. If you'd like to help chart the course for a game-changing program produced by THE company that transformed the aviation news and information industry, NOW is the time to check us out -- JRC, ANN E-I-C. Since ANN started, we have enjoyed the amazing support of a group of sponsors who have, by and large, been generous and visionary. As a matter of fact, most of the sponsors you see on ANN called us first -- leaving us little to do but to finish some paperwork, and get them started. You have no idea how wonderful that has been for us... leaving us (mostly) to work on the editorial end of ANN and build it into what is generally recognized as the Aviation World's Most Widely Read Daily News Service.

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Wed, Sep 03, 2014

Santa Monica Continues To Try To Avoid Grant-Assurance Obligations

NBAA: FAA Should Block City's Latest Request To Dismiss The Part 16 Petition

On Aug. 28, NBAA and several other parties joined in calling upon the FAA to deny the latest move by the city of Santa Monica to side-step grant-assurance obligations involved with the operation of embattled Santa Monica Municipal Airport (KSMO).

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Wed, Sep 03, 2014

National Guard Identifies Fallen F-15C Pilot

Lt. Col. Morris 'Moose' Fontenot Jr. Fatally Injured When His Plane Went Down

Massachusetts National Guard officials identified the pilot of an F-15C Eagle jet that crashed in Virginia as Air Force Lt. Col. Morris "Moose" Fontenot Jr.

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Wed, Sep 03, 2014

Search Suspended For Pilot Down In The Atlantic Ocean

Had Departed From Waukesha, WI En Route To Manassas, VA

The Coast Guard suspended its search at 11:30 a.m. Sunday for the pilot of a Cirrus SR22 airplane that went down Saturday approximately 51 miles southeast of Chincoteague Island.

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Wed, Sep 03, 2014

AeroSports Update: The Lee Bottom Wood, Tailwheels & Fabric Fly-In

The Lee Bottom Fly-In Will Welcome Visitors September 19 Through 21, And Event Organizers Are Finding A Better Way To Get The Job Done

After several years of rainouts, storm damage, and time off for the owners, the Lee Bottom Fly-In located on the banks of the Ohio River in southern Indiana is coming back. In the process, things are changing. A reduction of expenses and improved efficiency are chief among them.

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Wed, Sep 03, 2014

Marine Helicopter Down In The Gulf Of Aden

All 25 On Board Recovered After The Aircraft Went Into The Water

A U.S. Marine Corps CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter assigned to the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) went down at 2:00 p.m. (GMT), Monday at sea in the Gulf of Aden as it attempted to land aboard USS Mesa Verde (LPD 19).

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Wed, Sep 03, 2014

ANN FAQ: It's Alive! ANN REALTIME NewsBug Headlines for YOUR Desktop!

It's For Real! ANN REALTIME NewsBug Released To ANN Readers, Worldwide 

For those of you using a windows PC (MAC version in the works... we promise), a new REALTIME News Service from the Aviation World’s DAILY News Service, the Aero-News Network (ANN), will let you know when our REALTIME, award-winning NewsFeed has been updated.

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